Are you skilled? Are you competitive? Do you like to win?
Prove this and much more in STICKMAN SUPER ATHLETICS!
If you want to get high competition scores, improve your marks and be the best of your nation, or even the world, this is your game!
Warm up your thumbs and your stylus! You won't get bored of participating in the different events until you are the best and win the gold medal!
- An experience that will immerse you in the most-important sports event in the world.
- 8 game types to register your scores: Qualifying rounds, 100m, 110m hurdles, swimming, cycling, long jump, etc.
- Compete against your friends and see who is the most skilled by uploading your score on to the online record leaderboards.
Remember: where there is a will, there is a way! You only need to practice again and again: your goal is to be the best in the world!
Getting back into the usual swing of things. We're a couple weeks removed from E3 and things are calming down. Hopefully that means an easy round for NintenDaan, who's coming in to take on the site for a few hours. He'll be here from now until around 10 PM ET. That's when I jump back on the computer and let him get some much needed rest.
Recover the seven stars and repair Star Road in this original Mario RPG!
A mysterious enemy named Smithy has appeared, forcing Mario and Bowser to fight as allies. Journey across a wide variety of locations and tackle a mixture of obstacles that will require both timing and strategy to overcome. Gain experience, grow more powerful, and meet new characters to use their abilities in taking down Smithy and his gang!
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Charles Martinet is an American actor, who specializes in voice acting. He is best known for voicing Mario in the Super Mario video game series. He has voiced Mario, the title character in Nintendo's flagship video game franchise, since 1995. He also voices Baby Mario, Luigi, Baby Luigi, Wario, Waluigi and Toadsworth.
Working for Nintendo since 1994, Martinet started voicing Mario at video game trade shows in which attendees would walk up to a TV screen displaying a 3-D Mario head that moved around the screen and talked.
Martinet earned the job when, one day, he was told by his friend that there was going to be an audition at a trade show in which you "talk to people as a plumber". He went to the audition at the last minute as the casting directors were already putting away their equipment. Charles Martinet walked in and asked, "Can I please read for this?". The directors let him audition and told him, "You're an Italian plumber from Brooklyn". At first Martinet planned to talk like a stereotypical Italian American with a deep, raspy voice (which is how Mario sounded in the Super Mario Bros. Super Show, Super Mario Bros. 3 and Super Mario World cartoons). He then thought to himself that it would be too harsh for children to hear, so he made it more soft-hearted and friendly, resulting in what Mario's voice is today. He says that Petruchio from William Shakespeare's Taming of the Shrew was an inspiration for his portrayal of Mario.
Photographs for $40, Autographs for $30
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